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Today's Sports

  • Oliver Springs splits with Oneida

    The Oliver Springs basketball teams closed their home season Friday night by splitting a pair of games with Oneida.

    Oliver Springs 61, Oneida 58: Oliver Springs led 11-7 after one quarter, but Oneida used a 21-12 second quarter to take a 28-23 lead at the break. Oliver Springs outscored Oneida 13-10 in the third quarter and 25-20 in the fourth quarter for the 3-point victory.

  • Rockwood sweeps Greenback...

    The Rockwood basketball teams swept a pair of games from Greenback Thursday on senior night, as the Lady Tigers won 39-32, and the Tigers were victorious 62-36.

    Rockwood 39, Greenback 32: "This was a big game for us. I wanted the seniors to go out on a winning note. They played well and were focused on doing things better," said Coach Amy Breazeale.

    Lexie Hill led Rockwood with 14 points and five rebounds, while Zoie Hill added seven points with seven rebounds. Karlee Bowling chipped in seven points and five rebounds.

  • Cornellison, Napier recognized...

    When the Roane State Raiderettes hosted Cleveland State Community College Wednesday night, two players from Roane County, Kingston's Haley Cornellison and Rockwood's Jade Napier, were among the six sophomores honored between games.

    Napier recorded seven points, one rebound and four assists in the 87-62 loss to the Lady Cougars, while Cornellison scored eight points with one rebound, two assists and four steals.

    Haley, a 5'11" guard/post combo from Kingston, is the daughter of Eric and Jennifer Cornellison and has a younger brother, Jace.

  • Cleveland State, Roane State...

    The Roane State Community College basketball teams split a pair of games with Cleveland State Community last Wednesday night, as the Raiders defeated the Cougars 73-65 and the Raiderettes lost 87-62.

    Roane State 73, Cleveland State 65: The Cougars led 41-27 after the first half, but the Raiders used a 46-24 second half to notch the victory.

  • Cleveland State, Roane State...

    The Roane State Community College basketball teams split a pair of games with Cleveland State Community last Wednesday night, as the Raiders defeated the Cougars 73-65 and the Raiderettes lost 87-62.

    Roane State 73, Cleveland State 65: The Cougars led 41-27 after the first half, but the Raiders used a 46-24 second half to notch the victory.

  • Loudon sweeps Kingston

    The Kingston basketball teams were swept by former District 4AA foe Loudon Tuesday night, as the Lady Jackets were beaten 53-47 and the Yellow Jackets lost 58-52 in overtime.

    Loudon 53, Kingston 47: The game was tied 10-10 after one quarter, but the Lady Redskins used a 10-2 second quarter to take a 20-12 lead at halftime. Kingston  outscored Loudon 19-17 in the third quarter to slice the lead to 37-31, but both teams tallied 16 points in the fourth quarter for the final margin of 53-47.

  • Harriman loses twice again to...

    After competing well against Meigs County in Decatur last Friday night, Harriman hosted the Tigers and Lady Tigers Tuesday night, and again competed well, but with the same outcome. The Lady Devils were beaten 53-51 and the Blue Devils lost 72-53.

  • Oliver Springs plays district...

    The Oliver Springs basketball teams will have a busy weekend as they host Oneida tonight (Friday) and travel to Sunbright Saturday for a make-up game.

    Friday night will be the last home game for Lady Bobcat senior Lauren Morgan and Bobcat seniors Austin Seiber, Taylor Murray, David Edmundson, Lane Evans and Brandon Morgan.

    Also Friday night, the OSHS Sports Hall of Fame will have a reunion.

    Recognition of members and this year's inductees will take place during halftime of the boys game.

  • RHS baseball team to have alumni...

    The second annual Rockwood High School Baseball Alumni Day will be Sunday, Feb. 28, at 1:30 p.m. at the Mike "Brillo" Miller Complex.

    Registration will be from 1:30 to 2 p.m., with introduction of past players and coaches by Tiger head coach Jake Witter.

    atting practice will be from 2:20 to 3 p.m. Batting practice - one round of 10 swings/home run derby with baseballs - one round with 10 swings.

    There will be a cookout from 3-3:30 p.m.

    A five inning, alumni softball game will start at 3:30 p.m.

  • Kingston football players...

    The Kingston Yellow Jacket football team was honored with a banquet Jan. 30 at the First Baptist Church.

    "This season we re-established Kingston football identity," said Wade Creswell, master of ceremonies and member of the Century Club who hosted the banquet. "You fought through injury. You competed. You had the best team chemistry I've seen in the lockerroom in my lifetime."

    After his opening remarks, Coach Brian Pankey and members of his staff represented special awards to the players.